By her witcheries, I tell you, has ensnared him so that now he swears that he will wed her.
We'll solve the witcheries of these sounds, you and I, to-night.
You met that poor saint and killed her in the snow with your witcheries!
What, and let her some day bring evil upon us by her witcheries?
Prouder hearts than mine have listened to the witcheries of thy satin-smooth tongue until they forgot their pride.
Certain it is, however, that her witcheries effectually subjugated Romney and Hayley.
Younger than himself, she possessed the witcheries of an exquisite form and a lovely face.
With a thousand mysteries and bewilderments and witcheries it holds captive all who come within reach of its magic.
The most seductive of men was William in his fair moods; and he lavished all the witcheries at his control upon his guest.
He had no wish to face the father of Tito or the witcheries of Lotta, of which he was not unconscious.